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He went to university on the South Bank to study civil engineering but found it very difficult to form relationships with other students as he was "shunned" when they found out who he was.
Judge Peter Jacobs described it as a "well planned and professionally executed armed robbery" which would have been "terrifying" for staff and members of the public during which jewellery worth 68,583 was stolen.
Mostafa was sentenced to 11 years for robbery and four years, to run concurrently, for the firearm offence while Abdul was sentenced to 11 years in a young offenders' institution for robbery and four years, also to run concurrently, for the firearm offence.
But he and Jonathon Abdul, 18, of Fulham High Street, London, appeared at Norwich Crown Court yesterday to be sentenced after being found guilty in August.
Roderick Price, for Mostafa who only had two cautions and no previous convictions, said he led a rather "unusual life" in adding that attempts to socialise outside his home "often met with failure because of who his father is".
The court heard Mostafa had a good relationship with his father up until he was imprisoned, when Mostafa was 11. From 16 he started taking cannabis and tried to break away from the family and spent a year away studying for his A Levels.
He said: "What he found was he became more and more isolated and socialising confined to his family."
The court was told Mostafa, 20, became involved in the offence after having been isolated from society in his childhood and youth as parents warned their children to stay away from him.
He added Mostafa knows he will "never see his father again" after he was extradited and was "extremely upset".
Abu Hamza's son sentenced to 11 years in custody for his part in armed robbery at Norfolk jewellers
Mr Price described Mostafa as clearly "a very lonely young man".
"In addition to producing a firearm the robbers used a sledgehammer and another tool to break display cabinets. This was a very violent intrusion and it must have been absolutely terrifying for those involved."
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of gems were stolen, happened shortly before 10am on January 31 and involved four men.
Stephen Spence, for Ahmed, said his client pleaded guilty at a time when he was entitled to maximum credit.
Nicholas Wells, for Hamed, said his client fully accepted committing the offence and was remorseful.
He added: "Your attitude was a totally callous and uncaring one towards those four totally decent and innocent women."
Hamza last month pleaded not guilty to terror charges in a New York court following his extradition from the UK.
Abdul has lived in this country but also in Italy and Eritrea before coming to this country aged 11. He said he is himself coming to terms with what he's done and, "in his own words" said "Oh my days, what have I got involved in?".
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was thought to be 17, said his client, even now, could not 100pc say when he was born. He said that was symbolic of the "turmoil that's gone throughout his life."
Hamed was sentenced to eight years and three months in a young offenders' institution for robbery and three years, to run concurrently, for the firearm offence, while Ahmed was sentenced to seven years and four months in a young offenders institution and two years eight months, to run concurrently, for the firearms offence.
He will stand trial next August and Men's Nike Air More Uptempo '96 Basketball Shoes will also face charges of abducting tourists in Yemen.
He added: "Children would be told by their parents not to play with him. How he dealt with this was to immerse himself on his studies."
He said: "It was a terrifying experience for four women of varying ages who were simply working in a shop in a small provincial town."
He denies charges that he conspired with US nationals to set up a terrorist training camp in the state of Oregon.
Mr Price said that in prison, as in life, Mostafa has also found himself segregated on a unit because of his father.
Ian James, prosecuting, said: "You had a situation where female employees were compelled to cower behind a counter.
from Deverills Way, Slough, had pleaded not guilty to robbery and possessing a firearm with an indictable offence.
A contempt of court order had been out in place during the trial to prevent the media identifying Mostafa as Hamza's son but was lifted by Judge Peter Jacobs after the verdict was announced.
He added he was a good student who does recognise the consequences of his actions in other people.
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Two other defendants, Ossama Hamed, 19, of Fulham, and Ahmed Ahmed, 20, of Enfield, who had previously pleaded guilty to the same charges, were also sentenced.
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